Some parts of Siouxland got in on a little bit of light snow yesterday but another narrow band of snow is developing just in time for Friday morning.
This is due to a lingering piece of energy that is following the main system.
The snow won’t be sticking around very long but it will be falling moderately to briefly heavy at times as it moves through the viewing area.
Roads could quickly become covered in some spots so make sure you’re allowing extra time on your morning commute.
Most spots will pick up around an inch or less but the pockets of 1-2″ could be seen across parts of the area.
Not only will we have snow falling but blustery NW winds which could make for lowered visibility and very bitter wind chills so make sure you’re dressing warmly.
Winds could occasionally gust near 30 mph. Most of the moisture should be out of here by around midday and then we’ll start to see a bit of clearing as we step through the afternoon.
Temperatures stay very cold with afternoon highs near 20° with wind chills likely in the single digits.
Skies remain clear overnight and that will really make for a bitter night with lows tumbling into the low to mid-single digits.
A warm front then begins to move toward the area tomorrow which will bring some warmer air back to the area.
Highs look to climb close to freezing which will feel much better compared to our Friday.
The trailing cold front moves in Veterans Day which will set the stage for cooler conditions for the start of the workweek.
We’ll still squeak out the mid to upper 30s on Sunday before falling back into the mid and upper 20s for highs Monday.
A ridge of high pressure then begins to build into the Plains and this will make for a dry and warmer week with highs surging back into the 40s and 50s by Thursday through next Friday.
Have a great weekend!